Top 10 hairdos for the beach that match your swimwear
Summer always brings a ray of fresh sparkling light and in with that, warmth to busk in by the beach. Going to the beach means stepping out to meet and mingle with a lot of other people, some whom you may know and others, complete strangers. That means looking good, stylish and trendy! Dressing up in your favorite swimwear will not just be the only thing you do, you’ll need to spice up your hair and put on a bit of powder and lipstick and make sure not to forget your sunburn lotion.
Therefor we asked trendy hairdresser SUPHARMY PIEPENRBINK-SADJI of hairsalon HAIRCOMB located in Curacao what her thoughts & tips are regarding the best hairdos for the beach and with which Thalassa Boom swimsuits she would pair hairdo's that form the perfect beach look!
- WEAR A HEADBAND
It says ‘chic and effortless’, just the kind of look you want when stepping out to the beach. It is effortless and has that cuteness factor about it. The best hairdo for the beach if you like to be relaxed but still be stylish.
The headband can be silk or chiffon, the light fabric will keep your hair safely away from your face, and will be light on your head too! Get a matching headband to go with this blue animal print swimsuit from Thalassa Boom Resort Wear.
- KEEP IT CURLED AND LOOSE
Curly hair is a great way to make a statement. Even better, sea water makes the hair a bit coarse and will just define your curls more. Keep it loose and wear it down. This hairdo works for both long and short hair. It’s the perfect hairdo for the beach because it requires very little effort.
This hairdo will look great on the snake silver monokini of Thalassa Boom Resort Wear with a crystal detail along the neckline. Black and shiny, with a bow and bottom back detail. Its unique, bold and daring. Ad laceup sandals, a wrap skirt and oversized sunnies.
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Thalassa was born in Holland and raised on Curacao; a Dutch island in the Caribbean Sea. She studied Hotel Management and Yoga in The Netherlands and she worked the greater part of her career in small to medium sized companies in The Netherlands, USA and Curacao. After living abroad for over 16 [...]